Wargaming has released a new trailer to introduce World of Tanks players to the 1.0 version of the game. Players will be met with 29 overhauled maps as well as enhanced graphics and sound across the board. Add in a new soundtrack, and it's like a new game.
After years of internal work, over a month of public testing — and then even more internal iteration — the biggest update in the history of World of Tanks is nearly upon us! It elevates the game to 2018 standards in graphics and sound with the switch to a completely new graphics engine, Core, and introduces a new authentic soundtrack. The result? The world has been totally reskinned. It has all the bones of the original but a radically different face: crisper graphics, more detailed textures, higher-resolution images, and tunes that are timed and matched perfectly with what’s happening in the game. Better still, we worked a lot on performance optimization, reducing the overall memory footprint of graphics so that everyone can enjoy new visuals.
The sheer number of improvements and the level of effort that went into making Update 1.0 is comparable to the release of a completely new game. And today, we're bringing you a deeper look into what you can expect to find when you launch the game tomorrow.
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